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What to use for taking photos/videos on plane?

Old Jun 12, 15, 12:59 am
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What to use for taking photos/videos on plane?

Will be flying F seats soon(Thanks to everybody on flyertalk/travel blogs).Could you guys give me advice on what is the best device to use for taking photos and videos?Was thinking about a gopro and rx100 combo(camcorders any good?)?Gopro for the window and rx100 for short videos and photos of the cabin?How do I reduce the vibration?Thank you in advance!
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Old Jun 12, 15, 12:08 pm
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What specifically are you trying to accomplish? For most in-cabin pictures I'd think a modern smart phone camera would be fine. Some Lumia Windows Phones and I think some Androids allow raw capture which gives you greater editing flexibility later, which would specifically be helpful for window shots where you're likely to have blown highlights. Or a point and shoot camera with raw support like the Sony you mentioned, or the Canon S or G series, as well as others.
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Old Jun 12, 15, 8:36 pm
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there's some cool photos on instagram of gopros stuck to sides of suites etc in SQ, EK etc with a nice fisheye type effect. not sure about the quality on a webpage, but for instagram it does the job.
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Old Jun 15, 15, 7:43 am
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I'd just go with your RX100. It should be perfectly adequate for that environment.
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